Flatline wrote on Oct 7, 2019, 19:13:m2 is really nice however upgrading CPUs is probably where you'll see the biggest difference. I recommend going with an AMD build, 6 core 12 threads is sweet for $250 bucks. If your old comp has DDR4 then reuse that. You're looking at maybe $300-400 bucks w/o ram for a huge upgrade. They also have $20 windows 10 licenses you can buy online.ForgedReality wrote on Oct 7, 2019, 11:50:
lul 1080p in 2019.
I have a life and while I love PC gaming, it doesn't justify 3000 dollar PCs any more. I think I spent 1000 bucks on my gaming rig... 6 years ago. It's finally getting long in the tooth and needs a CPU/motherboard upgrade. The SSD could stand to go to the m2 format instead of the SATA, and my graphics card is a budget workhorse. But I can play fine at 1080 at max or near max settings and that's good enough for me.
eRe4s3r wrote on Oct 7, 2019, 02:41:jdreyer wrote on Oct 6, 2019, 15:43:MattyC wrote on Oct 6, 2019, 15:36:
I kind of forgot HTC was even around. It seems like it has just been Samsung and Google on the higher end Android front for quite a while now.
Well, you may have heard of the HTC Vive.
Which uses technology developed by... VALVE ^^
Beamer wrote on Apr 15, 2019, 13:16:Ozmodan wrote on Apr 15, 2019, 13:14:
Everyone knows that ray tracing with current technology is merely a gimmick, yet Nvidia continues promoting this farce. Makes me want to completely avoid any of their products. Hopefully AMD will have decent gpu offerings in the fall.
Everything starts as a gimmick. Remember bump mapping? The first generation hardly used it. But there's a chicken-and-egg problem, and someone needs to move first and create something to build upon.
El Pit wrote on Mar 30, 2019, 04:37:
Here's how Valve could make me interested in a VR headset: "Half-Life (2 Episode) 3 - Best Played With Our New VR Headset".